Town manager Rich Jagger had gone into this game with caution warning his side not to be too complacent against Rangers who have a history of causing Town problems.
After watching his side win and claim all three points Jagger said he was delighted with his sides performance, after they got going following a slow start.
Commenting on the result that sees them stay on the heels of Chalk Lane in the title race, Jagger said;
“After the opening 20 minutes we really came to life, and I thought it was an excellent performance from all fourteen that played today.”
“We played with energy and control against a team that we have really struggled against in the past.”
“I thought Ben Fletcher and Joe Norton were particularly outstanding, but like I said, to a man I thought the whole team were excellent today.”
In conditions more suited to cricket Town took the lead against the run of play when Kegan Rose scored his first of the season.
Rangers were soon back on level terms though following a change in formation Jagger’s side restored their lead before the break as Ben Fletcher found the back of the net.
Craig Muirhead extended the lead with a volley before Joe Norton made it four all but ending the game as a contest.
Muirhead scored towns fourth of the game and his sixth of the season. Aldo Hysenaj came off the bench to score yet another goal for town before Joe Baxter score towns final goal on his Humber Premier League debut.
Jagger will be hoping his team can maintain their form this Saturday when they face an all together different against an in form Reckitts AFC.
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